You manage a single plant, or multiple plants worldwide. You think you are making parts that meet part print tolerances, but how do you really know? If parts are out of specification, how much are they our of spec and does anyone know about it?
Most facilities have multiple measurement systems and quality results are stored in multiple locations. Would it be beneficial to you and your company to have access to all of this information? Imagine being able to see how well the parts made in the last 24 hours from your plant located in Asia are compared to the parts made in the European plant or the North American plant.
The Solid Edge portfolio by Siemens is compiled of affordable, easy-to-use software tools that address all aspects of the product development process. Solid Edge combines the speed and simplicity of direct modeling with the flexibility and control of parametric design – made possible with synchronous technology.
Watch Dan Turk, a Certified NX Professional Elite 100 User and Solid Edge Expert, demonstrate the possibilities of Solid Edge for users at any skill level.
Tuesday, July 14
2 pm EDT
Although workers across the country are slowly returning to work, the nationwide battle against COVID-19 is long from over. Experts are predicting a second wave to hit later this year. So, it is essential workplaces do everything possible to minimize this outbreak.
The way we make drawings is different today than it was in the past. Changing markets, younger workforces, and reduced resources have forced companies to become more efficient to remain competitive. Coupled with increasing competition in global markets, rising costs of labor and material, and continuing reliance on legacy data, accuracy and speed are paramount to maintain a competitive position. This entails:
• Shorter design cycles
• Difficult to interpret drawings
• Disruptions with large impacts
• Increased waste costs
• Lack of 2D/3D associativity causing quality issues